well, its monday, any news for the drivers?
I am uploading this driver to mega, it is a driver Robert made for me about 4 years or more ago because the original sound blaster 24bit drivers...
no worries mate, i appreciate your help very much :>
What tweaks? i don't even have the driver, or even know what one works. Where is it on the forum?
I cannot seem to find the driver for this card for windows 7 64bit, on your website. (it's a bit of a muddle) and your website is dead. lol...
Fixed it mate, i installed the OEM drivers, then did an update via the devvice manager.
thank you though
delete this please, fixed issue
These drivers work fine with the ASus Supreme FX II.
However the X-fi panels don't do anything. :<
I got the 1.9 X-FI
Had to Switch from a X-fi...
Hey Robert, is it possible to make a XP Legacy Drivers thread then, so people can easily find them?
Got your driver link mate, will give it a go tonight.
Hi Robert, you are a star!
It works like a charm. I had no where else to turn and you came...
Alright, thanks robert. :)
I appriciate the help :3
But i need XP drivers, my fathers computer has XP on it. :o
Is this the software? and then just downlaod the XP drivers...
Any luck, mate?
It is a bug in their drivers as far as i know. Some report it fixed, some don't.
If you decide to get new card at somepoint, Try out an Asus Xonar
It is not a retarded solution, It works.
If you don't want to try it, then that is your perogative. You ask for advice and i gave a suggestion....
If you've more than 4gb ram this sometimes happens, take it out and try.
If you have more than 4 gb ram, take it out and try.
Disable the soundblaster effects in it control panel/windows audio thingy.
Thi sis the only way to stop AudioDg from eating Ram, it is a issue...
Thanks Robert. You're my only hope to get this working. lol. ;)
i thought i should at least give you my hardware id thing for the card, just in case.
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